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1 sect 2 chap 1 phase 2 chapter 1 wire and cable introduction 1. A good way to make installation, maintenance, and repair less complicated, runs of electrical twine and cable in aircraft are broken at special locations by using junctions together with connectors, terminal blocks, busses, etc. Before meeting to those junctions, wires and cables must be reduce to period, diagnosed, stripped, and if required, tinned. 2. This bankruptcy describes an expansion of cord and cables suitable for use in aircraft. Reference specs 3. The subsequent specifications are applicable to aircraft cord and cable practise: mil-c-17 mil-c-5756 mil-c mil-dtl mil-dtl mil-dtl-8777 mil-w mil-w-7072 (cancelled) nema wc sae as cable, radio frequency, flexible and semirigid, preferred specification cable and twine strength, electric, portable cable, electric, filter out line, radio frequency absorptive twine, electrical, insulated, standard specification wire, electrical, excessive temperature and hearth resistant aircraft twine, electric silicone insulated copper, six hundred volts, 2 hundred c twine, electric, fluoropolymer insulated, copper or copper alloy cord electric, six hundred volts, aluminium, plane cable, electrical, shielded and unshielded, aerospace cord, electric powered, crosslinked polyalkene, crosslinked alkaneimide polymer, or polyarylene insulated, copper or copper alloy definitions insulated cord 4. For the purposes of electric and electronic set up in plane, an insulated twine includes a steel conductor protected with a dielectric or insulating cloth (discuss with figure 1 1). Insulated twine is generally known as cord and will be so particular in this manual. Wires used in aircraft include stranded conductors for flexibility. Insulations may additionally consist of numerous substances and layers to provide dielectric insulation, thermal protection, abrasion resistance, moisture resistance, and fluid resistance. Wires commonly utilized in aircraft are defined in desk 1 1. Insulations generally used in aircraft are described in desk 1 2. Cable 5. The time period cable, as utilized in plane electric installations (check with discern 1 2), includes the following: a. Or more insulated conductors, contained in a common overlaying, or twisted collectively with out a commonplace covering (multi-conductor cable). A. One or more insulated conductors with an common guard, or with an standard shield and a jacket over the shield (shielded cable). B. Insulated conductors twisted together (twisted pair). C. A unmarried insulated centre conductor with a metal braided outer conductor (coaxial cable). The concentricity of centre and outer conductor is cautiously managed all through manufacture to make sure that they're coaxial. Mil-dtl wire, electric, polyimide insulated, copper and copper alloy 1.